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One of the first population viability ana yses was conducted in 1978 by Mark
Shaffer, of Duke University, as part of a long-term study of grizzly bears in
Yellowstone I\.ational Park and its surrounding areas (Figure 55.11). A trreatened
species in ...
Using life history dat obtained for individual Yellowstor bears over a 12-year
period, h sirrulated the effects of environmental factors on survival and
reproduction. His models predicted that, given a suitable habitat, a total grizzly
bear population ...
All results to date indicate that the Yellowstone pop.ilation ras less genetic
variability than other grizzly bear populations 'n North America. However, the '
solation and decline in genetic variability in the Yellowstone grizrr rr zly bear
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